Marques de Mérito

Díez Hermanos

Old Liquors, Marques de Mérito, founders

In 1876 brothers Díez y Perez de Muñoz started a wine business in Jerez. A few years later another brother, Francisco joined them and ‘Díez Hermanos’ was born.

Cote of Arms

Old Liquors, Marques de Mérito, Cote of Arms

At that time, His Majesty King Alfonso XII appointed the company a Royal Warrant as suppliers and by doing so they could use de Spanish Royal coat of Arms in their wine labels and stationery.

Bodegas Marqués de Mérito

Old Liquors, Marques de Mérito, barrel

The wine cellar in the Denomination of Origin Jerez is something unique. Nowhere else in the world breeding this singular wine with its system of criaderas and soleras

The Espinosas

Old Liquors, Marques de Mérito, building

The heirs of the founding partners acquire Bodegas ‘Marques del Mérito’ and in 1979 they will merge them, conforming the ‘DÍEZ-MÉRITO’ group. In 1981, the Bodega is absorbed by the Rumasa Group. In 1985 Marcos Eguizabal acquires the Bodegas and merge them into the Rioja based wine group ‘Federico Paternina’.


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